Everything old is new again
“The Party cannot go back in time and alleviate the storm of suspicion that surrounded last year’s presidential primary campaign.”
“lawyers representing State argued that making them search other employees’ accounts for Clinton’s emails would set a bad precedent”
A $2 million bargain?
“It was arrogance, arrogance that they were going to win.”
Bomb, and shell.
“It’s an opportunity being squandered, and I know it has you frustrated.”
“When you lose to somebody who has 40 percent popularity, you don’t blame other things…”
He’s seen the light… probably
Time off without pay for play
The blame game
Still losing ground.
“She’s absolutely going to run.”
“Most politicians would have gone to a meeting like the one Don jr attended…”
“We should be retaliating massively.”
Look for, the union label
“Everyone is trying to convert wishful thinking into hard evidence.”
“Maybe they’re trying to pin the tail on some donkey here.”
“the Judiciary Committee is examining the circumstances surrounding the removal of James Comey.”
I could think of someone else you might want to ask about…
Eat quick, before it’s gone.
“[T]he Russians now have three years to build on their knowledge of U.S. voting systems…”
Grab that paper while you may, brother
“…the attorney general was essentially in the tank for Secretary Clinton.”
“If we’re not helping people, we should go the f*** home.”
Who has the spare time to hate her?
Plenty of blame to go around.
“It’s hard to blame the farmer if the soufflé folds.”
She’s … not running.
“I was the victim of a very broad assumption that I was going to win.”
“They use the rights given to them under the First Amendment to advocate…”
Alternate history month
“Why hide the ball?”
Gone but not forgotten, maybe